Posts Tagged ‘Microsoft’

Excellent news for those who need to use Office apps on their Mac, with Apple announcing that Microsoft has made Office 365 available from the Mac App Store for the first time.

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Microsoft says users should switch to iOS or Android as it pulls the plug on Windows 10 Mobile. Here’s everything you need to know about it.

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It may have taken longer than some would have expected, but Microsoft’s Windows 10 is now being used by more people than its most popular predecessor, Windows 7.

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Next generation Xbox consoles codenamed ‘Anaconda’ and ‘Lockhart’ could arrive in 2020. Here are all the details on it.

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We’d heard rumors that Microsoft was getting ready to rebuild its Edge web browser recently, and now it’s all official after the company announced that Edge would be refactored to run on Google’s Chromium.

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Here’s a little bit of iPad Pro 2018 Vs Surface Go comparison. The folks at Microsoft have gone full throttle in their push against the iPad this Christmas, releasing a 30-second ad in which the company advertises its Surface Go while also claiming that the iPad Pro isn’t a real computer.

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Microsoft Edge browser is set to be replaced by a new Chromium-powered web browser on Windows 10 according to a new report. Here’s everything you need to know.

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Microsoft and Amazon have been busy, apparently, with Skype calling on its way to Alexa-powered devices as soon as this week.

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There are rumors that Microsoft will launch a new Xbox in 2019 that will focus on digital downloads, removing the disc drive completely in an attempt to cut costs.

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Release date for Xbox One keyboard and mouse support has just been officially announced. Check here for all the details on it.

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Windows 10 October 2018 Update has been re-released with a fix for the data deletion bug. Here’s everything you need to know.

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Microsoft has shared details of its upcoming cloud streaming service, xCloud, allowing gamers to play titles on PCs, consoles, and mobile devices with the games themselves running in the company’s data centers.

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